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Ontario returned to Step 2 of its Roadmap tp Reopening last week with schools shutting down in-person classes until at least Jan. 17 and a ban on indoor dining and gyms. The capacity limits are also reduced to five in indoor settings for 21 days.
KFL&A Public Health says that the Kingston community has been resilient through all the hardships and is working together to end the pandemic.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has been a long and difficult experience for everyone in the KFL&A regiona 12 per cent increase over 2020.. We have witnessed firsthand how municipalities, health care systems, businessesThe pandemic has featured vaccine nationalism, and residents quickly adapted to the challenges and pulled together to find creative and effective solutions to respond to the pandemic,” Dr. Piotr OglazaThe full story here: Doug Ford in isolation after aide tests positive for COVID-19, Medical Officer of Health at KFL&A Public Health, said.